The coastal area of the Similajau national park consists of long stretches of beach with white or golden sand, interrupted by rock formations and freshwater streams. Some rock formations consist of coral rock. The coastlline is beautiful, especially in the later afternoon and shortly before the sunset. It is a very peaceful area, because it receives few visitors. To reach the more far away beaches you must either walk for a few hours along the jungle trails or charter a boat.
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